(PRI 2693-1 = PRI 1661-2 x PRI 1661-1) (Korban et al. 1990) Introduced as 'Enterprise' in 1993; U.S. Plant Patent No. 9,193
- Fruit: 64 to 76 mm. (2-1/2 to 3 in.); round to elongate and occasionally oblong; green yellow, to deep yellow ground color, very bright glossy finish; washed 80 to 100% medium red to slightly orange, very attractive; inconspicuous lenticels; fine grained, pale yellow to cream colored, firm, crisp and breaking flesh; moderately thick, tough skin; sprightly sub-acid at harvest mellowing to moderately sub-acid in storage; spicy, very full, rich flavor, juicy, very good quality. Retains flesh texture and quality for six months or more in refrigerated storage. Fruit hangs on the tree very well. Uniformly moderate to large size. Winter, storage apple with uniform ripening, moderate to heavy annual cropping, and single harvest Flavor peaks after one or two months in refrigerated storage.
- Bloom Period: Late season.
- Season of Maturity: Two and one-half weeks after 'Delicious'.
- Tree: Moderate to high vigor, spreading, round top. Fruit borne singly on moderate length spurs distributed uniformly throughout canopy.
- Disease Resistance: Field immune to apple scab; moderately resistant to powdery mildew; highly resistant to cedar-apple rust; highly resistant to fire blight.
- Problems: Sprightly acid at harvest; quality only becomes exceptional after storage.
- General Recommendation: Strongly suggested for advanced testing.
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